Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
NB Distres Red LSE:NBDG London Ordinary Share GG00BH7JH183 RED ORD NPV
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 79.25p 78.50p 80.00p 79.25p 79.25p 79.25p 0 06:31:56
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
- - - - 0.00

NB Distres Red Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
13/6/2017
07:18
NBDX get a Capital Distribution this morning. Our turn next....and should be soon!
skyship
12/6/2017
22:48
redhill, I also expected it to narrow. I think we need clarification on what they are doing with the excess cash ( I asked the question two weeks ago, but no response), and hopefully see an exit or two at decent levels, and a return of cash.
tiltonboy
12/6/2017
18:33
NAV has been fairly flat for the last 7-8 months in comparison to a declining share price so the discount has widened. Anyone else surprised by this? I thought as the harvest period approached and arrived there would be the perception of more certainty about receiving the NAV and therefore less of a discount.
redhill9
12/6/2017
18:06
NAV as at 9th June = 93.91p
skyship
12/6/2017
13:13
With the weakness in £Sterling perhaps not surprising that these have finally turned. Now 76.3p-77.78p - bid for plenty, offered in just 1k...
skyship
18/5/2017
06:39
Need to factor in currency effect over those years to get a true reflection of their performance.
carcosa
17/5/2017
17:56
Not a total disaster...they will have milked the fees over the seven years!
tiltonboy
17/5/2017
17:49
Sorry, forgot to state the stats behind that last post; and being in a hurry to get back outside gardening before the rain came, I got the stats totally confused. The position is as follows : # The discount to the Mark-to-Market constrained current NAV of 92.8p = 16.5% # At a redemption total of 110p to 31/03/20, the GRY = 12.97% # At a redemption total of a lowly 100p to 31/03/20, the GRY = 9.28% That 100p would be a total disaster for NB Partners management. Start at 100p and 7yrs later finish at 100p - so much for the prospectus claim of great things from the inside track to a wealth of wealth asset managers!
skyship
17/5/2017
14:19
Sp has unwound its bull run so I'm hoping the 16.5% GRY will enable the share price to find support at the 200day MA, which coincides with the 23.6% FIB retracement: free stock charts from uk.advfn.com
skyship
21/4/2017
11:05
Yes, that's how I read it; so better values restored upon disposals. Looking forward to hearing how you get on....
skyship
21/4/2017
09:00
Mark to market weakness, and wider spreads suggest that the NAV may have been depressed a little. I will see if I can glean any information next week.
tiltonboy
21/4/2017
07:29
Qtly Portfolio Update - nothing new and a regrettable lack of info on the forthcoming harvest period: https://uk.advfn.com/stock-market/london/nb-distressed-NBDD/share-news/NB-Distressed-Debt-Invest-Fd-Ltd-Portfolio-Updat/74387558
skyship
11/4/2017
10:11
That's a positive coming after your recent comments :)......so like you I'm looking forward to your conversation with them. You might suggest that they "moderate" their charges in view of the poor performance! Their so called expertise doesn't warrant a 2%pa fee...
skyship
11/4/2017
08:40
Relatively happy with that update. Hopefully get some colour on the portfolio, and likely timeframes for exits, when I speak to them.
tiltonboy
11/4/2017
08:12
Annual report out on the NBDD thread. https://uk.advfn.com/stock-market/london/nb-distressed-NBDD/share-news/NB-Distressed-Debt-Invest-Fd-Ltd-Annual-Financia/74311584 Inv. Manager's Report reads quite well, inc.; "94.91% of the Portfolio was invested as at 31 March 2017 leaving GBP4.9m of uninvested capital. As outlined in the Chairman's Statement the Board is considering its options for returning this capital in the best interests of NBDG shareholders." Ongoing Charges of 2.13% are absurdly high however!
skyship
04/4/2017
21:16
NAV moving ahead a little: 04 Apr 2017 Net Asset Value Per Share NB Distressed Debt Investment Fund Limited announces the following unaudited, estimated net asset values per share as at 03 Apr 2017: Extended Life Share USD 1.0244 Ordinary Share USD 1.0630 New Global Share GBP 0.9582
skyship
03/4/2017
17:01
No, they would have saved enough for their fees!
tiltonboy
03/4/2017
16:53
Hopefully they didn't spend the last of it on 31st March....
nk104
03/4/2017
11:06
Can we have our money back please!
tiltonboy
22/3/2017
17:52
I would be absolutely amazed if it is. I can see it now, they will invest the final funds on 31st March to the penny, less their fees.
tiltonboy
22/3/2017
16:14
12:24 - a 700k trade @ 79p - a better sized buyback hopefully...
skyship
08/3/2017
14:16
The NBDG line is much easier to buy than it is to sell judging by RSP responses, and this has persisted from some time by the way
erstwhile2
08/3/2017
12:18
Well, technically its gone from oversold to overbought and reached its range reversion to mean level - so trader types will tend to be exiting here which you can see on the money flow. For some assets that's all you get and for others after a consolidation it goes on to 100% - SKY knows the fundamentals and can prob advise if a leg2 is likely free stock charts from uk.advfn.com
luckymouse
08/3/2017
11:57
Now come on Tilts, you're allowing yourself to be a tad too curmudgeonly with NBDG. As you always used to point out, the GRY actually pans out better than first calculated (or I correctly did!) due to the early repayments. I know we are both in nicely profitable positions here due to averaging purchases lower down; but I will certainly continue to run those profits due to: 1. the currency hedge 2. the likelihood of some early repayment, possibly including un-invested capital 3. a GRY of 10.5% to a projected 110p for 3yrs to 31st Mar'20. Even just a return to par would deliver 7.12% jimB - I for one would certainly top-up if I weren't already well over my normal MAX...
skyship
08/3/2017
10:45
Much depends on how long the harvest period will go on. Perhaps me being cynical, but I bet they try and run the assets as long as they can, so as to keep the fees rolling in. Additionally, my faith in their abilities to achieve profitable exits has been severely dented following some disastrous investments.
tiltonboy
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